Will Laura Robson ever play tennis again?

Will Laura Robson ever play tennis again?

She resumed training in December last year, posting a video clip of her hitting at the National Tennis Centre in London. But now Robson has been forced to undergo a third operation on her hip last week, announcing the latest setback to her hopes of a comeback on her 27th birthday.

Why did Laura Robson retire?

Laura Robson appears to be on the brink of retirement after having a third operation on her right hip. “Sadly I had to undergo a third operation on my hip last week. I was desperate to carry on with training but was in so much pain that surgery was unavoidable.

Who is Katie Boulter coach?

2. Who is the coach of Katie Boulter? Boulter is trained by three coaches Jeremy Bates, Nigel Sears, and Mark Taylor.

How old is Laura Robson tennis?

27 years (January 21, 1994)
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What did Annabel Croft win?

Annabel Nicola Croft (born 12 July 1966) is a former professional British female tennis player and current radio and television presenter. As a tennis player she won the WTA Tour event Virginia Slims of San Diego and represented Great Britain in the Fed Cup and the Wightman Cup.

Who is Katie Boulters boyfriend?

Alex de Minaur – boyfriend of Katie Boulter The couple made their relationship Instagram official in March of this year, when Alex paid tribute to his girlfriend with a sweet International Women’s Day post.

When did Laura Robson drop out of the tennis world?

Robson suffered from various injuries throughout the 2014 and 2015 seasons, notably to her left (and dominant) wrist for which she underwent surgery in April 2014, resulting in multiple prolonged absences from the WTA Tour. She dropped out of the world rankings in early 2015, returning at No. 906 in July 2015.

How old was Laura Robson when she won her first Wimbledon?

She debuted on the ITF Junior Circuit in 2007, and a year later won the Junior Wimbledon championships at the age of 14. As a junior, she also twice reached the final of the girls’ singles tournament at the Australian Open, in 2009 and 2010. She won her first tournament on the ITF Women’s Circuit in November 2008.

When did Laura Robson retire from the junior tour?

After a brief period on the main tour, Robson returned to junior competition but was knocked out in the second round of a tournament in December. In the same month she played her final junior tournament of 2008, the Orange Bowl, where she had to retire in the third round with a stomach strain.

When did Laura Robson get a wildcard into the US Open?

In August 2009, Robson received also a wildcard into the US Open qualifying. She defeated Stéphanie Foretz in the first round in straight sets, and went on to beat Anikó Kapros of Hungary. In the final round, she lost to Eva Hrdinová, after leading 4–1 in the third set.